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Responding to Needs: Building an Augmentative Communication Service

Session 
3.2
Clinical
  • Katie Price (Wolfson Neurodisability Team)
Summary

The Wolfson Communication Service is part of the network of AAC support services based in London.

This presentation will explain how children are seen by the Service, and how the team fits into the wider pattern of AAC support in London — the ‘Lava Lamp’ model.

We will describe how our Loan Library works, and how we consult with local staff and children and families to continue to try and meet needs.

Level of Session 
1
Age Group 
Child
Adolescent
Interest 
Topic of interest to people who use AAC
Primary school
Secondary school transition
Mainstream
Special